What do you have for French breakfast?
If you are here is that you want to learn and improve your French, well done! Have you ever had a French breakfast? If not, today you are going to learn the food French people eats in the morning 😀
Let a comment at the end of the article to tell me what you think about it:
- Do you like it?
- Does it help you?
- Do you have any questions that you want me to anwser?
- Do you want to learn more about the French food?
In this article, I am going to show you the food that French people eats for breakfast.
Une baguette de pain
Du pain grillé
Un bout de pain
A piece of bread
Du pain avec du beurre
Bread with butter
Un(des) pain(s) au chocolat
Pain au chocolat
De la confiture de fraises/de prunes/d’abricots/...
Des céréales avec du lait
Cereals with milk
Du chocolat en poudre
Un café au lait
A coffee with milk / a latte
Du jus d’orange/de pamplemousse
Un chocolat chaud
Some expressions and phrases that French people use during breakfast
Tu as bien dormi ?
Did you sleep well?
Qu’est-ce que vous prenez au petit déjeuner ?
What do you have for breakfast?
Est-ce que tu veux un thé ?
Do you want some tea?
Est-ce que tu as du sucre pour le café, s’il-te-plaît ?
Do you have some sugar for the coffee, please?
Je ramènerai des oranges pour le petit déjeuner.
I’ll bring oranges for breakfast.
Je vais refaire chauffer de l’eau pour faire du café pour tout le monde.
I will reheat water to make coffee for everyone.
J’ai acheté du chocolat en poudre hier car il n’en restait presque plus.
I bought some chocolate powder yesterday because we were almost out of it.
Il y a du beurre doux et du beurre salé.
There is unsalted butter and salted butter.
Now, what will you have for your first or next French breakfast?
Tell me in the comments!
Thomas, your French teacher 😀
Thomas Ricomard specializes in teaching French as a foreign language. He has been providing private lessons since 2015, both in-person and online (via Skype). He taught at the Popular University of the Canton of Geneva (Switzerland) from 2015 to 2018, instructing several groups of 20 students from around the world (United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Spain, Brazil, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mexico, etc.), ranging from beginner to intermediate levels (A1 to B2). With a Master’s degree in clinical and cognitive psychology from the University of Geneva, his knowledge of psychology allows him to tailor his teaching methods for optimal learning, taking into account factors such as visual memory versus auditory memory. He expresses his passion for the French language through writing texts, including poetry and songs, which he presents publicly at numerous music and slam events.